Elon’s School of Business is home to 249 undergraduates, 80 graduate students and programs that are nationally recognized for excellence. The school is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, the premier worldwide accrediting agency of collegiate business schools and accounting programs. Less than 5 percent of the world's business schools have received AACSB accreditation.
Bloomberg Businessweek ranks Elon’s undergraduate business program among the top 50 in the nation.
A Masters of Business Administration degree is also offered. Elon's MBA program is ranked the #1 part-time program in the nation by Bloomberg Businessweek. The same dedicated faculty who teach MBA students also teach in the undergraduate program.
To provide exceptional learning experiences that facilitate the transformation of students into knowledgeable, responsible business professionals and leaders who make a difference in their professions, their organizations, and the global economy.
A business dual degree program is offered in partnership with the top-ranked European School of Business at Reutlingen University in Germany and with Reims School of Management in France. Participants receive degrees from both institutions in four years. Elon students spend their first two years studying at Elon and their last two abroad, while the reverse is true for European students. Students will be fluent in English and either German or French and will learn how to be successful in a foreign business environment while gaining the knowledge, skills and abilities mastered by traditional business students.
The Doherty Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership provides opportunities to network with corporate leaders and special academic projects that prepare students to launch their own enterprises. For example, each year the center sponors the Elon Innovation Challenge, a creativity competition held in conjunction with the Stanford Global Innovation Tournament.
The Chandler Family Professional Sales Center helps students jump-start sales careers through participating in national sales competitions, workshops led by high-profile executives and a curriculum focused on marketing and selling.
Track the markets in the William Garrard Reed Finance Center, which simulates a stock trading room with flatscreens that delivery financial news and an electronic stock crawl with real-time data from global markets.
|Nov. 1||Early Decision|
|Nov. 10||Early Action|
|Nov. 16||Fall Open House|
|Nov. 28-29||Admissions closed for Thanksgiving break|
|Dec. 1||Early Decision notification date|
|Dec. 20||Early Action notification date|
|Dec. 23-27||Admissions closed for holiday break|
|Jan. 1||Admissions closed for New Year's holiday|
|Jan. 10||Regular Decision application deadline and scholarship deadline|
|Feb. 10||Watson and Odyssey Program Scholarship deadline|
|Feb. 21||Phoenix Friday*|
|March 7-8||Fellows and Scholarship Weekend|
|March 14-15||Rising Phoenix Weekend (for those accepted under Early Decision and Early Action)|
|March 15||Regular Decision notification date|
|April 4-5||Phoenix Fusion|
|April 5||Open House for juniors|
|April 11||Phoenix Friday*|
|April 25-26||Rising Phoenix Weekend (for those accepted under Final Decision plan)|
*Phoenix Fridays are opportunities for accepted seniors to spend a day on campus and learn more about life at Elon.
**Invitations for Open House are mailed four to six weeks in advance. For more information, please call the Admissions office at 800.334.8448.
Visit our website, elon.edu/admissions, to find out more about application deadlines and notification dates.